Mini Mysteries Tricky Tales to Untangle American Girl Library Girls who love to solve puzzles uncover clues and crack cases will love Mini Mysteries Along with Marie and her best friend Noelle girls must figure out which clues in the story will help solve th

  • Title: Mini Mysteries: 20 Tricky Tales to Untangle (American Girl Library)
  • Author: Rick Walton Trula Magruder Lauren Scheuer
  • ISBN: 9781584858713
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Paperback
  • Girls who love to solve puzzles, uncover clues, and crack cases will love Mini Mysteries Along with Marie and her best friend, Noelle, girls must figure out which clues in the story will help solve the mystery and which ones are red herrings those false leads that can send a reader in the wrong direction A repeating cast of characters and real life girl situations allowGirls who love to solve puzzles, uncover clues, and crack cases will love Mini Mysteries Along with Marie and her best friend, Noelle, girls must figure out which clues in the story will help solve the mystery and which ones are red herrings those false leads that can send a reader in the wrong direction A repeating cast of characters and real life girl situations allow readers to connect with the stories they re reading Once the reader solves the mystery, she can tear open a case folder in the back of the book to check her answer

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    One thought on “Mini Mysteries: 20 Tricky Tales to Untangle (American Girl Library)”

    1. Loved it😋This book is about six girls who find themselves finding out little mysteries. The person who mostly find is Marie the Leader who is every mystery. Would like to see a sequel

    2. *First read when I was a kid*I was super into the American Girl franchise as a kid, and I definitely remember reading this one at least a few times when I was younger. Like with most of the Encyclopedia Brown series, I remembered all of the answers, even though some took a few minutes to come up with.That being said, I liked how there was a wide (and fairly racially diverse) cast of characters that continued throughout the entire book - there was a continuity throughout all of the stories, it wa [...]

    3. Tash read a few to me last night while I wast resting my eyes. Good little brain puzzles: Poirot for Beginners.***The girls have had these forever, and I've read some aloud, and had some read-aloud to me. Finally, I got around to filling in the ones that had been skipped. I correctly solved most of them, but not all. Fortunately for me ego, I did not keep score, either, lest I be tempted to cheat or lie. The format consists of short short stories, illustrated, and answers at the back behind flap [...]

    4. I should preface this by saying that I haven't read very many of the American Girl books. And yet, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. My unfamiliarity with the characters did not in any way take away from my enjoyment of the stories, or from the challenge of discovering the answers before I peeked in the back. I would compare this most closely to the Encyclopedia Brown mysteries of my childhood, and for that reason I am eager to share the book with my middle-school age daughters.

    5. These were really fun to read and try to solve. As a 9 or 10 year old I was able to solve some but not all of them on my own. Most of the mysteries included hints at the back of the book which helped me in trying to figure them out, but if all else failed, the solutions were listed in the back. I thought the scenarios were really cute and creative, and the illustrations were charming. Definitely a good book to get someone thinking! I would recommend to both kids and adults!

    6. This is super cute - little envelopes at the back of the book reveal the answers to the mysteries. SO perfect for my third graders; some were easy enough that any of them could get the answers, but there were plenty of tricky mysteries that made the kids think. Very age-appropriate and quick, too! 20 mysteries, and 20 more in the sequel I'm ordering the second book as we speak. :)

    7. If you like to test your thinking and problem-solving skills you should read this book. In this book there are 20 mind testing little tiny stories for you to solve. I really enjoyed finding all the clues and hints hidden within the text in the stories. But my favorite part was seeing if my answer was right or not. Mini mysteries is a great book by Rick Walton and totally worth your time to read!

    8. I really like this book. This book, full of short stories, with mysteries that keeps your head guessing. The story relates characters till the end of the book. From all of the mysteries, I only got 4 correct.

    9. Cute mysteries. Easily solvable for older, more experienced people, perfect for people just starting to read mysteries.

    10. Very cute! They're pretty easy for older kids to figure out, but younger ones really get into it trying to understand them. Good family fun!

    11. Some are corny but overall it's great. I like how they give the answers in the back, covered by a little door so that you cant cheat :)

    12. An updated Encyclopedia Brown type of short, solve it yourself mysteries published by American Girl. Definately for girls.

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